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BE HEARD IN MOROCCO
2012-05-24 16:01:00
Faithful Repblica contributor and professional photographer, Be Heard, recently embarked on a visually stunning visit to Morocco, North Africa. Here are a few snapshots of the trip--a quiet look into a culturally-rich universe that few are fortunate and brave enough to visit and capture. Fans can check out more of Be's work here.
Advice offered to Morocco property buyers
2012-04-27 02:00:00
The Moroccan property conveyance system is considered one of the safest in the whole of Africa and the Middle East. This is according to Nik Kapur, senior consultant at M2 Morocco, who was offering advice for people thinking of investing in Moroccan property. As well as a commendable conveyancing process, Mr Kapur also said mortgages are available to foreign buyers up to a maximum of 70 per cent loan-to-value. It is vital though, he added, to check that the land or property has a clear title before purchasing. In further advice, he stated: "Making sure that your purchase cash is routed to Morocco through official channels will save you a lot of hassle with repatriating your profits when you eventually sell your property." The recent Knight Frank Global House Price Index showed that property in Morocco increased in value by 2.9 per cent between 2010 and 2011.
Morocco 'a good choice' for property investment
2012-03-29 02:00:00
Buying real estate in Morocco is a good option for anyone who is keen to invest in property markets outside Europe. According to Nik Kapur, director of M2Morocco, the country is the most attractive destination for investors in north Africa, as it has not witnessed any political upheaval, unlike Egypt and Tunisia. He noted the nation is appealing because of its proximity to Europe and its economic strength. "The economy there is still showing year-on-year growth and the safe buying process also makes it a good destination for investment," Mr Kapur asserted. Properties at the bottom and middle end of the market are the most popular at present, while there is an oversupply of high-end assets, he added. The most recent Knight Frank Global House Price Index revealed the value of homes in Morocco increased by 2.9 per cent between the final quarter of 2011 and the same period a year earlier.  
Morocco to host Club World Cup
2011-10-21 19:51:00
Morocco will host both the 2013 and 2014 FIFA Club World Cups.Iran, South Africa and the U.A.E. all withdrew their bids, leaving FIFA to bring the competition to Africa for the first time. The hosting is set to be rubber-stamped in Zurich in December.The North African nation has a strong soccer tradition, and the national team memorably became the first African nation to win a group in the World Cup Finals, topping England, Portugal and Poland at Mexico '86, before losing to a late Lothar Matthaus goal from eventual finalists West Germany in the next round.Morocco will also host the 2015 African Cup of Nations, whose centerpiece will be the new 80,000-seat Grand Stade de Casablanca. Their current national team boasts QPR's mercurial midfielder Adel Taraabt and Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh.The 2011 edition of the Club World Cup, featuring Barcelona (Spain), Santos (Brazil), Monterrey (Mexico), Auckland City (New Zealand), a representative from Asia and one from Africa, as wel...
My Work In Morocco TV
2011-06-30 21:58:00
Some months ago I started to organize an exhibition in Morocco, with my friend the great artist Elmadani Belmadani. Eleven artists of the artistic association EDA which I belong gave me their artworks. I prepared a huge package with them and their... *** CLICK THE TITLE AND READ THE FULL STORY ***
My Second Exhibition In Morocco!!!
2010-08-02 21:25:00
From 3 to 6 of August 2010, in the Mimosa gallery of Taza, on the occasion of the Throne Feast, from 10 to 12:30 and from 17 to 21, a new exhibition will be celebrated in which you can watch 3 of my artworks. The Throne Feast is a commemoration of the... *** CLICK THE TITLE AND READ THE FULL STORY ***
My Next Exhibition Will Be In Morocco
2010-04-29 20:01:00
I'm so excited with my next exhibition... It will be in Morocco, in Taza city, from 27 to 30 June, in the "TAZA International Fair of Contemporary Art". Taza is 460 Kms away from Casablanca. Taza has one of the most awesome natural attraction in... *** CLICK THE TITLE AND READ THE FULL STORY ***
Travel Guide To Morocco
2010-02-21 07:18:00
Morocco has something of an aura about it ? created mainly by the major tourist destinations of Marrakech, Casablanca, Fez and Rabat. Where is it? Morocco is on the North West coast of Africa, just across the sea from the southern tip of Spain. This means that it?s easy for most Europeans to reach by plane and ...
Morocco to The Gays: You Are Criminals
2009-04-08 01:17:00
Perhaps American Liberals will rally to the cause of another Islamic country making life for gays and lesbians more difficult, and perhaps more deadly….. (h/t - Infidels Are Cool) MADRID, MARCH 24 - Morocco announces the end of tolerance with regard to homosexuality, is the title of the full page article in today?s El Pais, referring ...
Destination Tangier Morocco
2008-09-22 04:45:00
Travel Lady Cruises Destination Tangier Morocco When I think about this part of the world I always conjure up snippets from the old black and whitemovie Casablanca. I have not been to this part of the world but I would love to add it to my list of many destinations. I should buy that book, the 1000 ...
Destination Tangier Morocco
2008-09-22 04:45:00
When I think about this part of the world I always conjure up snippets from the old black and whitemovie Casablanca. I have not been to this part of the world but I would love to add it to my list of many destinations. I should buy that book, the 1000 places to travel to ...Travel Lady Blog
Destination Tangier Morocco
2008-09-22 04:45:00
When I think about this part of the world I always conjure up snippets from the old black and whitemovie Casablanca. I have not been to this part of the world but I would love to add it to my list of many destinations. I should buy that book, the 1000 places to travel to ...Travel Lady Blog
International Property News Beat - Rio Ferdinand in Morocco, A UAE Hedge &
2008-07-30 12:55:00
UK House prices forecast to rise by 25% over next five years [Guardian] Rio Ferdinand adds to Moroccan property to his portfolio [Express] Dubai: A World Leader In "Green" Architecture [Napsnet] Britons' dreams crumble in Costa del Sol housing collapse [Telegraph] World's Best Places To Invest In Real Estate [Forbes] Is UAE property a classic hedge? [Gulf News]
Morocco jails terror cell members
2008-06-11 04:58:00
By James CopnallBBC NewsThe town of Tetouan is known as a hotbed of radical IslamA court in Morocco has convicted 29 men of forming a terror group with intent to carry out attacks.
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Decorative African Ceramic Bowl (Morocco) for only $38.99
2008-06-09 09:13:00
Bowl is handcrafted using ancient techniques by master artisans Safi pottery is created with the most basic tools, dried in sun and baked in 200 year old kilns
Morocco Sothebys International Realty introduces the golf villas and apartm
2008-06-06 02:00:00
Morocco Sotheby’s International Realty, the  brokerage company for Qatari Diar, the real estate investment and development leader, showcases the  most exclusive  luxury resort in Tangier, Morocco Al Houara Resort. After successful launch of the beach villas and apartments, Morocco Sotheby’s International Realty will be releasing 64 golf apartments at the beginning of June through their four offices in Doha-Qatar, Tangier-Morocco, Casablanca-Morocco and London-United Kingdom. Sotheby’s International Realty, owned by Qatar Real Estate Partners, is a joint venture partnership between real estate investment and Development Company, Qatari Diar, and leisure real estate consultant NorthCourse and is affiliated to the Sotheby’s International Realty® network.  This will offer its luxury real estate services for the first time in the GCC. The Sotheby’s International Realty network currently has more than 9,000 sales associates located in ...
Strong euro drives Britons to Morocco
2008-06-02 02:00:00
British holidaymakers look set to shun traditional European destinations and head to Africa instead, analysts have predicted. According to the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO), countries such as Morocco are likely to attract a greater number of people from the UK this year. This is because the single European currency has risen to a record high against the British pound and is likely to remain strong during the next few months. Therefore, prices in countries such as Spain and Portugal are comparatively expensive to Britons, whereas Morocco has more favourable exchange rates and lower prices. AITO chairman Derek Moore commented: "There will be an increasing number opting for countries on the edge of the eurozone like Morocco." He added that this is a good location because it is not far from Europe, which means travel times are not significantly different. This comes after NuBricks.com said the tourism sector in Morocco is "on the up" and has...
DJEMAA EL FNA
2008-05-31 01:01:00
GOODBYE MARRAKESH - NOVEMBER 2006No visit to Marrakesh would be complete without a tour of the Djemaa El Fna, a truly open-air theatre, the main square of Marrakesh, the largest in Morocco and allegedly the largest in Africa! Its fame is not due to its particular beauty, but to the incredible day and night life as well as to its atmosphere. Djemaa el Fna, whose name may mean either Assembly of the Dead or Place of the Vanished Mosque is famous for the large number of spectacles going on all the time and for the exquisite, tasteful and much appreciated food sold at night at the numerous food stalls. The place, a crossroads of Arab and Berber cultures, was closed to traffic in the early 2000s after having served as a bus station for some time!"ARGANA - Some believe that the Argana has the best combination of view and price. From the Argana Restaurant one may have a nice view of the place, which is the perfect excuse for poor food..."THE SHOW MUST GO ON!"WATER SELLERS - Colourful c...
STILL IN MARRAKESH
2008-05-25 03:00:00
FROM GARDEN TO MEDRASSA ? NOVEMBER 2006?THE MAJORELLE GARDEN - Jacques Majorelle was born in 1886 in Nancy but settled in Marrakech in 1924 to continue his career of painter. He then created a botanical garden that displays plants from the five continents: cactus, yucas, water lilies, jasmines, bougainvilleas? and hosts more than 15 bird species, which can be found only in the area of North Africa. Since 1947 the garden's doors were open to the public. In 1980 Pierre Berg and Yves Saint Laurent purchased the garden and restored it??ISLAMIC MUSEUM ? In 1931 Paul Sinoir created a workshop for Jacques Majorelle, painted in the special shade of bold cobalt blue which is named after him, Majorelle bleu. It now houses the Islamic Art Museum, displaying the personal collection of Pierre Berg and Yves Saint Lauren, including North African textiles and carpets, as well as ceramics and potteries, weapons, jewellery, woodworks, and paintings by Majorelle??MAJORELLE BLUE - Majorelle was on...
Visions of Morocco
2008-05-23 00:00:00
I’m back in Madrid for the night, heading home tomorrow. It’s been a heck of a trip - not only have I got to wander around the medinas of Fes and Rabat, but from a work perspective (this being a work trip) it’s come out so much better than I could have hoped. A few photos ...
What are the Prominent Areas in Morocco Culture
2008-05-21 01:44:00
Morocco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-orocco) is a truly fascinating destination. The almost medieval-like hustle and bustle of Morocco is for most travelers a world away from their own cities and towns. The culture and people are usually so completely different from what they...
Football operations staff complete with addition of Morocco Brown
2008-05-20 15:32:00
[Note by Skin Patrol, 05/20/08 11:03 AM EDT ] Update per my amigo WCG at Windy City Gridiron. He has his own post up right now on the move, that probably deserves attention. Here's what he told me in an email: He worked for Bobby DePaul who is well thought of around here. The Bears scouting department, homer status aside, is one of the best in the league.  They get more from late round draft picks then a ton of of teams do with their 1st rounders.   I know the Bears did not want to lose him, I've seen a few blurbs talking about the Bears trying to up his money, but you can't keep a guy from a promotion and DePaul wasn't going anywhere. I can't recall if I told you this or not, but the Redskins released their pro personnel director Louis Riddick a couple weeks ago. Per the Insider his contract was up this summer, and the team did not intend to extend it, so bon voyage. This created a void in the football operations heirarchy that the team will apparently soon fi...
RED CITY MONUMENTS
2008-05-19 22:45:00
MARRAKESH ? NOVEMBER 2006LA MENARA"LA MENARA - This pavilion, built in the 16th century by the Saadi dynasty, was renovated in 1869 by sultan Abderrahmane who usually came here in summer to spend some time. On our back there are the Atlas Mountains; unfortunately the morning haze blurred the pictures""MENARA ARTIFICIAL LAKE - The basin, supplied with water from the Atlas Mountains located at approximately 30 km distance through an old hydraulic system, was created to irrigate the surrounding gardens and orchards. The gardens and orchards were built around 1130 by the Almohad ruler Abd al-Mu'min. The stadium-like environment is prepared for the Sound and Light show..."***KOUTOUBIA"AVENUE - A large avenue links La Menara to the Koutoubia mosque""KOUTOUBIA - The 69 m tall minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque (Booksellers mosque, due to the manuscript sellers that set shop around it since its creation), was built by Yacoub al-Mansour, grandson of Sultan Abdelmounen, who built the mosque i...
MARRAKESH
2008-05-16 01:43:00
RED CITY - NOVEMBER 2006For many people when you speak of Morocco you mean Marrakesh, the second largest city in the country after Casablanca, and earlier known to travellers as Morocco City. Started to be built in 1070, in the plain near the Atlas Mountains, as a new capital for the Almoravid leader Abu-Bakr Ibn-Umar, it reached its apogee under the leadership of Yacoub el Mansour, the third Almohad sultan. Having been an imperial capital (like Fez, Meknes and Rabat), it's still nowadays a cultural crossroads, which has attracted many foreigners to the flourishing real estate market! "AVENUE YARMOUK, in the residential area of Hivernage. For some reason Marrakesh is named the red city; the ramparts of the Medina make justice to the name""STOP - After a long journey from Rabat, through Casablanca (the Casablanca-Marrakesh Expressway was not yet fully completed - it opened on April 17th, 2007), we were supposed to stop!""RED HOUSE HOTEL - Opened in 1923, the La Mamounia Hotel clo...
Lemerre handed Morocco reins
2008-05-13 15:57:00
The Moroccan Football Federation has announced Roger Lemerre as its new national team coach, with his task to lead the side to South Africa 2010.
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PVFCCo and Morocco firm sign 600 mln USD fertiliser plant deal
2008-05-12 05:05:00
PetroVietnam Fertilizer and Chemical Joint Stock Company (PVFCCo) and the Office Cherifien des Phosphates (OCP) of Morocco have signed an agreement to build a fertiliser plant valued at 600 million USD in the African country. T he plant will be capable of producing from 660,000 to 1 million tonnes of diamonium... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
CASABLANCA
2008-05-10 04:35:00
UNFORGETTABLE - NOVEMBER 2006Casablanca, or Casa as the locals name it, is linked to one of my favourite movies: the unforgettable Casablanca with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, as well as Sam to play it again, as time goes by... It still has Morocco most important airport and there is a connection to Lisbon with Royal Air Maroc... And though Rick Blaine is no longer there, I couldn't miss it... So there was a short stop in Casa on the way from Rabat to Marrakech. Mainly to visit the immense Hassan II mosque, but also to enjoy some drinks in front of the Atlantic and to remember the famous quote: Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship...!"HASSAN II MOSQUE - On July 9, 1980, date of King Hassan II's birthday, he declared: I wish Casablanca to be endowed with a large, fine building of which it can be proud until the end of time... I want to build this mosque on the water, because God's throne is on the water. Designed by French architect Michel Pins...
Morocco Photos/صور المغرب
2008-05-08 18:00:00
Morocco Photos, صور المغرب, Photos du Maroc, Fotos de Marruecos هذه مجموعة من صور المغرب، أرجو من كل الشباب المغربي/وكل من يهتم وضع روابط لهذه الصفحة أو للصور هنا على الإنترنت مع وضع كلمات مثل المغرب و Morocco وMaroc وMarruecos في الموضوع. Ce sont des images du Maroc! J’espère que tous les jeunes marocains ainsi que tous ceux qui s’intéressent de mettre des liens sur cette page ou des images sur
Morocco under high alert after a probable dry run
2008-05-06 17:46:00
A few weeks ago, Algeria warned its Tunisian and Moroccan neighbors of a possible mega terror attack prepared by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Interestingly the newsletter The Croissant (subscriptions available for a small fee) reported a few days ago that an Algerian, aboard a powerful 4X4, sped on the esplanade of the Mosque of Hassan II in Casablanca. He managed to overcome all obstacles limiting traffic, causing a real panic. The Moroccan security forces thought it was a suicide attack. This...(read more)
STILL IN RABAT
2008-05-05 01:00:00
FROM THE PHOENICIANS TILL NOW - NOVEMBER 2006It seems that Rabat's history began in the third century BC with a settlement on the banks of the River Bou Regreg, known as Chellah. In 40 AD, Romans took over Chellah and converted it to the Roman settlement of Sala Colonia. Rome held the colony until 250 AD when they abandoned it to Berber rulers!***CHELLAH"CHELLAH GATE (Outside and inside) - The entrance to the complex, the most ancient human settlement on the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, probably inhabited by Phoenicians and Carthaginians. This main gate was built in 1339""SALA COLONIA was referred to as Sala by Ptolemy. Though many of the structures in Chellah were damaged by the 1755 Lisbon earthquaque, there are still many ruined Roman architectural elements, including a forum and a triumphal arch""TRIBUNUS PLEBIS" "ROMAN BATHS""NECROPOLIS - The site of Chellah was abandoned in 1154 AD in favour of nearby Sal. The Almohad dynasty used the ghost town as a necropolis, and some n...
FIRST TIME IN MOROCCO
2008-05-01 02:33:00
RABAT - NOVEMBER 2006Rabat, located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg, is the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. It is said to be the closest capital city to Lisbon, even closer than Madrid, which is only 650km far away! Probably due to its short distance, it took a bit for me to get there. It happened in Fall 2006..."HASSAN TOWER - The construction began to be built in 1195 AD, under sultan Yacoub al-Mansour, and was intended to be the largest minaret in the world to crown world's largest mosque. In 1199 al-Mansour died and the construction stopped; the tower reached only 44m from its intended 86m. The tower's design plan is said to have been modelled on the minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech, which was also the model for the Giralda tower in Seville. Each faade of the minaret is patterned with different motifs on each face""HASSAN MOSQUE - Only several walls and 200 columns were built and what was built was largely destroyed during the famous ...
Morocoo Third Session of the International Festival
2008-04-27 16:17:00
The third session of the International Festival of short film and documentary film started in Morocco, embraces the city of Casablanca on April 28, 2008 to May 3, 2008 Events third session of the International Film Festival, the short documentary, under the slogan “the documentary venture” This event will know the functional involvement of many ...
Travel Photos from Gibraltar England Panama Morocco
2008-04-25 18:54:00
Travel Photos from Gibraltar, England, Panama, and MoroccoThe following are links to images that I have taken while traveling through Gibraltar, England, Panama, and Morocco. I am trying to create a huge database of photographs at Vagabond Journey Travel Photos as well as test Andy's experimental lifestyles project.Click on the below links to go to photos of Gibraltar, England, Panama, and Morocco:Gibraltar: Barbary Apes Macaques Gibraltar Barbary Apes Monkeys Gibraltar Gibraltar Monkeys British FlagEngland:Paddington Bear Station London EnglandPanama: Casco Viejo Miraflores Locks Panama Miraflores Locks Panama Canal Beaches in PanamaMorocco:Hassan II Mosque Moroccan People Images from Morocco Moroccan Perfume, Women, Cats Mosques in Morocco Mosques, Perfume, Olives in Morocco Sale Minaret Sweet Food Morocco Marrakech Morocco Riad Hotel Vagabond Journey Travel Photos - check out the places you want to travel to before you get there!Wade from Vagabond J...
Investors pointed towards cheap property in Morocco
2008-04-17 02:00:00
Overseas property investors could find possible bargains in Morocco, according to a British newspaper. The Telegraph highlighted the north African country as a possible option for foreign property buyers because it offers relatively low house prices. Property values were said to be much cheaper than those in other nations with a Mediterranean coastline. For example, it stated that a house in Spain could possibly cost three times as much as a similar property in Morocco. Prospective buyers were also told that the country is weathering the downturn in the global economy very well, as it is continuing to experience growth. The Telegraph remarked: "Moroccan property appears to be recession-proof as the housing market there booms." This comes after the Foreign Property Buyer website said that the government's plan to increase the number of visitors to Morocco over the next two years "bodes well" for its rental market.
Morocco offers strong rental market
2008-04-10 02:00:00
Foreign property investors who are seeking a lucrative buy-to-let investment could find Morocco a suitable location, according to industry experts.NuBricks.com said the tourism sector in the north African country is "on the up" and has witnessed some "impressive growth" in recent years.This was largely attributed to efforts by the government to boost the desirability of the nation to foreign leisure travellers.Authorities have recently pumped money into new buildings, leisure facilities and infrastructure upgrades in order to make Morocco more appealing to holidaymakers.However, this is also leading to additional interest among foreign property investors, many of whom believe the strong tourist trade is creating strong rental potential.NuBricks.com remarked: "Overseas property investors will not be short of reasons why Moroccan property is a smart buy and a sound addition to their real estate portfolios."This comes after the Foreign Property Buyer websi...
Morocco no longer top cannabis growers ?UN
2008-03-30 13:24:00
"Morocco has lost its position as the world?s top cannabis grower to Afghanistan", the head of the UN anti-drugs agency said Thursday.The Tide Online: ? Saturday, Mar 29, 2008 Entirely predictable... no accounting the mess and mayhem [see:farmers in the world's top hashish producer say they face destitution.] and as assuredly as Morocco's anti-cannabis policy professes not to, the obscene profits from the Afghan illicit drug crop is funding terrorism. The policy is the logical equivalent of bombing our own cities!Blair Andersonhttp://mildgreens.blogs-pot.com
Is the "White" IQ So Superior?
2008-03-30 10:12:00
Updated March 31:I confess that I love to beat up White nationalists, or for that matter ethnic nationalists of any sort (this is why I verbally eviscerate Zionists - they are nothing but the Jewish equivalent of White Nationalists).There is nothing like nationalism, not to mention the super brain-killer of ethnic nationalism, to turn a smart person's brain to useless mush. The problem is that beating up on WN's is cruel. It's like slapping a retarded person and ridiculing them in public. So I feel kind of guilty when I do it.For a look at what a nightmare the White Nationalist movement is, and what a racist horror it represents, check out the sanest, most moderate outlier of the movement, American Renaissance. I hang out there a lot, and post lots of comments, when they do not get deleted, which is 75% of the time.I post mostly on illegal aliens, which is all I care about race-wise, as I am utterly indifferent to the "Black problem", anti-immigration xenophobia, Islamophobia, an...
Morocco plans infrastructure improvements
2008-03-27 01:00:00
Morocco's government is investing nearly 9 billion in improving its transport network, it has been revealed.Homes Overseas reports that authorities are keen to upgrade its transport infrastructure in order to boost Morocco's economy.More than 7 billion will be spent on improving ports, airports and roads, while 1.3 billion will go towards a planned high-speed rail service.The new train link will connect Tangier and Casablanca, offering direct passage between the two cities in just two hours.This is likely to significantly boost the property markets in both places, while towns along the route may also benefit from extra demand.Morocco's government hopes that as well as strengthening the economy, the improvements may also attract more foreign investors to the country.This comes after the Foreign Property Buyer website said that the government's plan to increase the number of visitors to Morocco over the next two years "bodes well" for its rental market.
Morocco Reverse Phone Directories
2008-03-26 00:00:00
Morocco reverse phone directory - Access Morocco reverse phone directory now! With our reverse phone search, you can find people by their phone number. Itapos;s super simple, just enter the phone number and click Get Results! Find what you are looking for from Morocco reverse phone directory today! Use the same resources professionals use. Locate Driving Records. Search for corporate filings.
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The importance of the Belliraj network dismantled in Morocco
2008-03-17 19:15:00
One month after the spectacular dismantling of what is called the"Belliraj" network in Morocco, the details and implications of this event are coming out little by little. The Croissant has compiled a full dossier, drawing on fifty open source articles. The full dossier is available to subscribers . Here is an excerpt: About 35 suspects were arrested on February 18. They lived in Morocco: Casablanca, Rabat, Fez, Marrakech, Kenitra, Tangiers, Nador, Oujda. There are also Moroccans living in Belgium;...(read more)
Prince Of Persia Heads To Morocco
2008-03-08 00:52:00
Prince Of Persia Heads To MoroccoMike Newell sets shooting locationsSource: Variety The long mooted Prince of Persia film has finally set a start date and a location, even though no cast has yet been announced. Director Mike Newell and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are going to be shooting in Morocco and Pinewood Studios from mid-June.Based on the hit series of video games, expect this to feature lots of magic, sword-fighting and jumping around in Hammer pants - so a bit like Pirates of the Caribbean then (and sure enough, it's a Bruckheimer-Disney release that they're hoping to turn into a franchise).Newell, who's done big action before with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, will be directing a script by The Day After Tomorrow's Jeffrey Nachmanoff and game creator Jordan Mechner. That mid-June start date is dependant on the planned SAG strike not actually going ahead, and also on finding their cast by then. Let's keep fingers crossed th...
Morocco appeals to different types of buyers
2008-03-03 01:00:00
Morocco is appealing to a broad spectrum of overseas property buyers in the UK, according to experts.Independent analysts Amberlamb stated that the north African country is currently attracting an increased amount of interest from British-based investors.The organisation said Morocco is very popular with people who want a residence for their own personal use, such as holiday home owners and expatriates.However, it pointed out that the destination was also proving to be an appealing location for investment buyers as well.Amberlamb said the country now accounts for one in five properties in Africa that are owned by Britons.Commenting on its appeal, the group remarked: "This proves that the nation is of serious and increasing interest to UK-based purchasers."This comes after the Foreign Property Buyer website said that government plans to increase the number of visitors in Morocco over the next two years "bodes well" for its rental market.
Hotels in Morocco
2008-03-02 00:00:00
Sofitel AgadirThis elegant 5-star hotel is set in the city's superb Baie des Palmiers; one of the jewels of the Atlantic coast, and enjoys a beach-front location.Built in the style of a desert Kasbah, with sophisticated dcor that blends tradition and modernity, the hotel features 2 restaurants, a bar, an 1800 m2 swimming pool and a private beach. You can also benefit from the hotel’s fitness and water sports centre.The hotel’s central location; just 25 km from the international airport and 10 minutes from the city centre, makes it ideal for both business travellers and tourists. Moreover, its business facilities with 9 meeting rooms is fully-equipped to accommodate from 6 to 500 people.Cit Founty P4- Baie Des Palmiers- Commune De Bensergao, 80 000 Agadir (Agadir)---------------------------  Le Royal Mansour MeridienConsidered one of the most prestigious hotel in Casablanca, Le Royal Mansour Mridien is set in the heart of the economic capital of the Kingdom of Mor...
Morocco investors buoyed by government reforms
2008-02-20 01:00:00
Government moves to boost the economy in Morocco could make it more attractive to overseas property buyers, experts have suggested.According to Amberlamb, authorities are aiming to make the economy more resilient by making it less dependent on industries such as agriculture.The organisation said the government was embarking on a programme of economic diversification, which involves boosting other sectors including tourism.Amberlamb stated that these reforms could make the north African country an appealing destination to foreign property buyers.Commenting on the policy, the organisation said: "The underlying objective is to make Morocco more attractive and robust an environment for foreign direct investment."The country was described as an "incredibly exciting" market for investors to consider, as there is "massive potential" for it to develop and prosper during its long-term future.This comes after the Foreign Property Buyer website said that government plans to increase the number...
Phone Search Morocco
2008-02-09 00:00:00
Phone Search Morocco unclaimed assets database - Access Phone Search Morocco unclaimed assets database now to find if any one them actually belongs to you.
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Euro, Sterling, Dollar or Dirham in Morocco?
2008-02-05 01:00:00
Global financial markets have seen a volatile start to 2008 amid fears of a looming global recession. Whilst much of the focus has been on equity markets, currency markets have also had a rocky start. Throughout the first half of 2007, Sterling was the darling of the market however, concerns of an economic slowdown in the UK coupled with expectations that the Bank of England will be forced to cut interest rates to stimulate demand have weighed heavily on the UK currency in recent months. But what has been the impact on Sterling against the Moroccan Dirham? Due to the fact that Europe is Morocco?s largest trading partner, Moroccan authorities manage their currency very closely to the Euro meaning volatility is kept to a minimum. Therefore, GBP/EUR and GBP/MAD follow very similar trading patterns (see chart below). So which is best to buy in?  HIFX foreign currency expert, Marc Cogliatti, explains: ?It probably makes sense for someone in the UK to be buying Euros as the GBP/EUR i...
Michel: I will stay with Morocco
2008-01-31 18:41:00
Morocco coach Henri Michel insisted on Thursday that he will not quit despite the team's CAF Africa Cup of Nations first round exit.
By: sports
Different Nationalities 'Head to Morocco'
2008-01-30 01:00:00
Holidaymakers from Europe are increasingly choosing to spend their leisure time in Morocco, a government official has stated.Tourism minister Mohamed Boussaid said the overall number of visitors rose by 13 per cent to 7.45 million last year.Speaking to the Maghreb Arabe Presse, he revealed that many of these people had come from various European countries.According to official figures, 2.85 million French consumers visited Morocco last year, along with 1.6 million Spaniards.Meanwhile, the country was also found to have attracted a large number of Belgians, Germans, Italians and Britons.Commenting on Morocco's tourist sector, Mr Boussaid said the recent growth was proving to be a major economic boost.He stated that the increase in visitor numbers was leading to the creation of new jobs and contributing a significant amount to the national gross domestic product.This comes at the same time as figures from the UN World Tourist Organisation which showed that Africa as a whole attracted...
African Cup of Nations: Ghana 2-0 Morocco
2008-01-29 05:18:00
Michael Essien produced a sterling performance on Monday as Ghana posted a comfortable win over Morocco to progress to the African Nations Cup quarter-finals as Group A winners. The Chelsea midfielder scored the opening goal and then set up Sulley Muntari for the second as the hosts sealed their third victory of the pool stages.
Dubai's Tamweel plans India, Morocco, Turkey expansion
2008-01-28 12:52:00
DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Dubai-based Islamic mortgage lender Tamweel said it plans to expand into India, Morocco and Turkey, and expects to turn a profit from Egyptian and Saudi operations next year. "In Egypt and Saudi Arabia, it is all approved and we are just setting up," Chief Executive Officer Adel al-Shirawi told Reuters on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum annual meeting in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. "We will start to earn there in 2009." Shirwai said Tamweel was benefiting from lower interest rates because that was widening the gap between the price at which it borrows and lends home owners.
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